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Parliament Inquiry into Primary Care Sees Public Call for Change and Greater Use of Technology in Scotland’s NHS

Scotland’s public would like to see much greater use of technology in its NHS, a Scottish Parliament Committee inquiry has found. The findings were published as part of the Health and Sport Committee inquiry into the future of primary care.

The Committee’s report is the first part of their inquiry which placed the views of the public as its starting point. The public outline their desire for all-encompassing electronic patient records, and the ability to contact health professionals by email, schedule appointments online and hold consultations via video.

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